Signs Your Child Is Not Ready for Potty Training
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by Nada Gillard
5M ago
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How to put a baby to sleep in 40 seconds – too good to be true?
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by Nada Gillard
5M ago
We know what it feels like when you have a baby who won’t sleep!  You rock them, you feed them, you pace around the room with them until they fall asleep – then the moment you put them down in their crib their eyes ping open and you start the whole process again. After doing this for nights on end (or maybe even weeks or months!), you turn to the internet and start to search for how to get your baby to sleep – and Google helpfully finishes your question with a tempting suggestion of ‘how to get a baby to sleep in 40 seconds’! You see a beacon of hope that with a click on a link, all you ..read more
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Back to School Sleep Tips: How to get back into a great routine
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by Nada Gillard
6M ago
During the school break and long holidays, when we don’t have a mad rush for the school or nursery run, our kids routines and sleep habits can change.  Bedtimes may have slipped later, mornings might be slower with longer lie-ins (we know that’s hard to hear if you have an early riser!) and our day-to-day routines can easily go a little off track. You’re getting ready for the start of a new term; uniforms are ironed, PE kit is washed, pencil cases restocked…and now you just need to get back into a routine ready for the first day back! Read on for tips to help you get sleep back on track ..read more
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Low Sleep Needs Baby or High Sleep Needs Baby?
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by Nada Gillard
7M ago
One of the most common questions we get from parents is ‘How much sleep does my baby need?’. And the answer? Well, it depends!  The amount of sleep your baby needs, and the number of naps they take each day, are mainly influenced by their age and their individual sleep needs. The amount of sleep your baby needs will fall into a general range for their age group, but this range can vary quite widely as some babies need more or less sleep than average. In this guide we’re going to explore the characteristics of low sleep needs babies and high sleep needs babies, and how this influences th ..read more
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Can I stop rocking, bouncing or feeding to sleep?
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by Nada Gillard
7M ago
Rocking, nursing, bottle feeding or bouncing your baby to sleep can work great…until it doesn’t! You can reach a point where it just doesn’t feel sustainable anymore. They get heavy, they get wriggly, they take longer and longer to drop off…and then they wake up as soon as you put them in their crib! And then you start the process all over again each time they wake up through the night. You don’t want to keep doing what you’re doing but you don’t know what to do instead, Does that sound familiar? You aren’t alone, we hear from families every day who want to make a change to how their baby fa ..read more
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False Start Bedtimes: Why is my baby awake again already?
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by Nada Gillard
8M ago
Is your baby waking up again soon after bedtime? Maybe they are up again just 5 minutes after they’ve fallen asleep? Or regularly waking 30-45 minutes or an hour after bedtime? If this is happening to you, then you might be experiencing what we call a false start or a false start bedtime. Some babies and toddlers only experience false starts once in a while, whereas others seem to follow this pattern of waking night after night. So, what causes these false start bedtimes and how can you stop them from happening? Let's dive into what THIS GUIDE COVERS: What is a false start bedtime? What ..read more
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12 essential tips for taking your baby to a wedding
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by Nada Gillard
8M ago
Wedding season is upon us! You receive your first invitation to a wedding since your baby arrived and you realise that being a wedding guest with a baby in tow involves some more thought and planning than usual! Attending a wedding can be a lovely experience for the whole family, but it can also pose some challenges when you have your baby with you. From managing nap times to keeping them entertained, there are a few key considerations to make the day enjoyable for both you and your little one.  These tips will guide you through what you need to think about when taking your baby to a we ..read more
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6 Month Sleep Regression: Does it really exist?
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by Nada Gillard
8M ago
If your baby is 6 months old and sleep has started to become more disrupted, then you’re probably wondering ‘what is going on with my baby’s sleep?’ and asking yourself ‘is there a sleep regression at 6 months old?’.  When it feels like sleep goes backwards and feels worse than before, it is often called a sleep regression. The truth is, our baby’s sleep needs change a lot in the first months and years, and they go through many phases of development, so sleep can go through periods of temporary disruption at any age.  In this guide we’ll cover what might be going on with your ..read more
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“Help! My Baby Hates Being in the Car: 10 Top Tips”
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by Nada Gillard
9M ago
If your baby hates being in the car, you are not alone! It’s not uncommon for babies to dislike car rides. The combination of being strapped into a car seat, the motion of the vehicle, and the unfamiliar environment can make some babies feel uncomfortable or anxious. Here are some tips to help turn dreaded car rides into smoother, more enjoyable journeys for both you and your little one. Start with short trips: Just like any new experience, car rides can be overwhelming for babies. Begin by taking short trips to help them become accustomed to the sensation of being in a moving vehicle. As t ..read more
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My Baby Won’t Sleep For Anyone But Me!
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by Nada Gillard
10M ago
It is very common, and completely normal, for babies and young children to have a preference for who puts them to bed. We often hear from mums who say ‘my baby won’t fall asleep for anyone but me’ and from dads or other caregivers who want to be more involved in bedtime and nap times, but their little one is not happy about the change in plan! It can feel difficult to be the one who always has to do bedtime, and it can also feel hard to be the one on the side-lines and not feel able to settle your little one to sleep. Whether you just need a break from bedtime once in a while, have other child ..read more
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